VOL. 16 · NO. 1 | March 2010
 
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Review article
Robert Moss, Ilse Storch, Martin Müller
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 1-11, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/09-055
KEYWORDS: grouse, grouse conservation, research trends, Tetraonidae
Original articles
Olivier Devineau, Matthieu Guillemain, Alan R. Johnson, Jean-Dominique Lebreton
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 12-24, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/08-071
KEYWORDS: Anas crecca carolinenis, Anas crecca crecca, capture-mark-recapture, Eurasian teal, green-winged teal, harvest, population dynamics, recoveries, waterfowl
Rubén Moreno-Opo, Antoni Margalida, Ángel Arredondo, Francisco Guil, Manuel Martín, Rafael Higuero, Carlos Soria, José Guzmán
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 25-34, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/09-037
KEYWORDS: Aegypius monachus, carrion, Cinereous Vulture, feeding sites, food preferences
Jonas Sahlsten, Frederik Wickström, Jacob Höglund
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 35-46, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/07-086
KEYWORDS: Bonasa bonasia, Ecological Niche Factor Analysis, fragmentation, hazel grouse, incidence function model, landscape, patch occupancy model, perimeter-area ratio
Anthony J. Gaston, Gregory J. Robertson
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 47-55, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/09-020
KEYWORDS: Brünnich's guillemot, eastern Canada, Uria lomvia, age, harvest regulations, sea ice, NAO
Felix Knauer, Helmut Küchenhoff, Stefan Pilz
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 56-65, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/07-040
KEYWORDS: agricultural changes, population dynamics, predator-prey, small game conservation, time-series analysis
David S. Jachowski, Joshua J. Millspaugh, Dean E. Biggins, Travis M. Livieri, Marc R. Matchett
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 66-76, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/09-034
KEYWORDS: black-footed ferret, black-tailed prairie dog, Conata Basin, home range, Mustela nigripes, space use, volume of intersection, utilization distribution
Mathieu Garel, Christophe Bonenfant, Jean-Luc Hamann, François Klein, Jean-Michel Gaillard
Wildlife Biology 16 (1), 77-84, (1 March 2010) https://doi.org/10.2981/09-022
KEYWORDS: abundance index, capture-mark-recapture, census method, Cervus elaphus, Count data, indicators of ecological change, red deer